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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1915, Lethbridge, Alberta DAILY HERALD SATURDAY. AUGUST 14, 1918 PAGE SIX ONE THING IS CERTAIN >A mTr JE. "SALADA" IN ii QIY emus ANGLICAN Canon .Urctor Holy Communion. S a.m.; Sim.lay bchool, 10 a.m. Morning service, 11 a.m. Kvensong. 7.30 p.m. _ I j a.m., Sunday school 2 P.m. sacra- 3-p m Onward Bible class. Evening; ment meeting. Visitors always wel- service 7.30 p.m. Rev. W. Buchanan come. Bishop OK. Vi. ureen, nr'each C. Hughes, the new Second Ave. S. Phone iSTA Steel Brewing Co.. and who was nrc- i sident of the Brewers' Union, was dis- I charged by the Brewing Co., because, as he alleges, he had been expelled from the union. It appears that Warman. who lived near the brewery, had complained to the management that on Sunday night he and his family had been disturbed Sv a very noisy meeting in the 1U-JU brewery. p.m. sacra-1 ft ffas opillion of that sc c'noir leader will conduct the choir. Street X.. Rev j B. Francis, pastcr._ Services tomorrow at 11 a.m. and i.30 p.m. Class meeting, at 10 a. m. Morning sermon, "The Unmovable Kingdom children's tonic, "The pretty Cusn- Joil.'' Evening service by Dr. Rivers. CHRISTIAN pastor. Services tomorrow seats free. 10.30 Uible school. Morning sermon 1L30. Evening sermon, 7.30. BAPTIST FIRST BAPTIST D. Ross, pastor. Set vices at 11 a. noise was because of the news of the downfall of Warsaw, and he a once saw war with these Germans. t repOrted the matter to Chief CHR1STADELPHIANS Meet in I Wellsby of the provincial police, wno th- Moose Hall, Higinbc-tham Block. 1 ln tllrn'ed eaned Tor an investigation, Entrance 5th street south and Wils heia in his office last avenue south. Wednesdays at 8 p.m. Bible class. Sundays at 3 p. m., to I As .story of the affair commemorate the Lord's death, and lyas ,mconnrmed by any of the em- it 7.30 p. m. to proclaim the slad i ployecs in so far as the celebration being over the downfall of Warsaw was concerned, Chief Wellsby drop- ped the matter. At a special meeting of the Brew- ers' Union, held Monday evening. Sedition Case at Grassy Lake Has Been Dismissed Grassy Lake, Aug. 12. Lake's first sedition case was lu..- 11 before Justice of the Peace McLach- MILK FOOD No. 1 From birth to three months MILK FOOD No. 2 From three to six months MALTED FOOD No. 3 From six months onwards A Doctor have constantly srdered patients to get your food for tneir infants, and it has always frofjd success. Last summer When I had over three hundred cases of summer diarrhoea (o deal With I found No. I Allenburys Very useful. "I can only conclude by saying your food is in every Way excellent and a boon to humanity." before Justice of the Ian and Carruthers yesterday, German born citizen accusing other oi expressing the hope Germany would win the war. C. Ha- s1 of the Kingdom ;oi Hod. Sub- IOWA WOMAN TELLS OTHERS How Lydia E. eUble Compound Carried Her Safely Through Change of Life. the ef Life the doctor said -I would have to _ give up my work and I take my bed for 1 some time as there 3 was no. help for i but to lie still. I took Lydia E. Pink- ham's Vegetable Compound and kept up my work and Change and that ia all I took. It was ____. better for me mil th; doctor's medicines I tried. Many people have no faith in patent medicines but r knot? this is E. J. BluKETS, 354 8th Avenue, West, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Such warning symptoms as sense of impending evil, timidity, Bounds in the ears, palpitation of heart, sparks before the eyes, irregu- la'rities, constipation, variable appetite, wealcnew and inquietude, and dizziness, mre promptly heeded by intelligent wo- men who are approaching tile period in life when woman's great change may be expected. Lydia E. Prakham's Vegetable Com- pound invigorates and strengthens the female organism and builds up the weak- Denied -nervous system. It has carried iMurry imnen safely through this crisis. If nndiMi'taadarstaiKl write. Lydla Medicine Co. FifteVnth street. Rev. C. Grant, min ister. Sunday school at 3 p. m. English services at-7.30. ROMAN CATHOLIC ST. Fourth avenue and Tenth -street. Rev. Fath- er Roscnlhal, paster; Hev. Fr. Min- wegin assilt'ant. Mass at Warman is ,.corpora, m A com- 8 a.m. and High Mass at 10.30 a.m. pany of the Regiment, and an Sunday school at .3 p.m. Evening ser- No cui'iection. LUTHERAN ST. PAUL'S FIRST LUTHEUAJJ Siith Ave. and Warman was expelled from the un- ion, and when he went to take bis team out as usual, on Tuesday morn- ing he was informed of his expul- ision, and that his services would no longer be required Warman has since removed his and is looking for corporal in A corn- vice at 7.30. Sermons at each service. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST SCIENTIST Hull Block, Seventh street. Service at eleven a. m. Wed- nesday evening testimony meeting, 8 p. in. The reading room is open to everyone every day from three to five p. m. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. BELIEVERS Buremann's Hall, 418 Thirteenth street, North assemble on the Lord's Day for the breaking of bread at 11 a.m.; Sunday school at 3 p.m. Gospe] preaching at 7.30 p.m. Bible reading Wednesday, 7.45 p.m. PENTECOSTAL PENTECOSTAL .Ave- North Baptist, church, Sunday the Lord's death. Sunday, evening Gospel meeting. Tuesday at 8 p.m., Gospel meeting. Thursday at S-p.m., special waiting upon Godrfor the..baptism of the Holy Ghost. A hearty welcome to all. SALVATION ARMY Services are held at the Citadel, Filth street, as follows: Sunday, 11 a.m., Holiness meeting 3 p. m., praise meeting, and 7.30, Salvation meeting. Week nights Monday. 8 p. in public meeting, led by sisters Wednesday 8 p. in., Soldiers' meetr Thursday 8 p. m., Salvation meeting, Citadel band in Sat Sum up the grealest sorrow that could come to any one of .us and com- pare with it the woes, the miseries, "fl the the heartaches, worse i I than the grave that have come to the of Belgium, _ that Xiso Imagine the possibili ties that face you if you fail to do your duty. genberg'was thc accused and Emil Linder the complainant, in court Linder would not swear that Hagen- berg had said he "hoped" Germany would win thc war, and Mrs. Lin- der's version oi what thc accused said was that according to the Lin- coln Free Press Britain would not win the war. Both Hagcnberg and Linder said they had been Socialists' in Germany and never had any use for the Kaiser, and that none of the working men in Germany had. They hoped Britain would put Wilhelm out oi business. The charge was dismiss- ed with costs against the complain- 'ant. "The mills of God grind slowly, Yet they grind exceedingly small; Though He patiently stands waiting With exactness, grinds lo all." While I would nol harm a hair iu the head of an innocent German or Austrian I have nol a moment's hesi- ation in saying that I would wlllinsiy ation in saying that I wmingiv ,joa.n npon me ueau race oi join ram into the deepest hell those On the battle field, may you ting, urday, 8 p. in.' free and easy meet- LATTER DAY SAINTS CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST OF LATTER DAY of Seventh avetine and welfth 10.30 a.m., Sunday school; 2 p.m., sacrament meeting. Visitors always welcome. Bishop Geo. W. Green, 1016 Second avenue. South. 'Phone, 1493. The Rev. T. W. Ruddell, of Brown- Ice, Sask., was chosen as pastor by the members of the Union co-ngrega-, iiaa qf North .I'ortal, Sast, M SEAL BRAND COFFEE Recognized in all professions and of life, as the leading coffee in the best grocery stores of Canada. In I 2 pound uiu. Fine Ground for Pereolaton. Princess Mary Held as Spy N7cw York. Aiig. London ca- ble to the Tribune says "A mem- ber of the Uritish Royal Family, thanks to the efficient espionage net oi the Allies at the front, has been arrested charged with being a Ger- man spv. For four hours Princess Mary was held under guard, while officeis, sympathetic .but skeptical, investigated her claims to royal pri- vileges. gone on an jncognito visit to the hospitals at the front, Pnn- cess Mary, accompanied by Mile. Has- san started to meat her brother, the Prince of Wales, at the British head-i quarters. When about six miles from the village where the slafi was lo- -cat3d her car was halted by. a French patrol. Unluckily, the occupants had forgotten their passports and per- mission papers, nor did the patrol royalty in the name o! Lady Chester, which Princess Mary gave. "Leaving tic car with its occu- pants under auard oi two French sol-; diets. with the assurance, that they would be shot, at six o'clock jn the" evening, the corporal went in search of, the officer in command oi the outpost Not until -four hours la- ter: did the officer return. The, iden- tity oi the prisoners was .-then lishcd by messages to the British headquarters, which was on the point issuing: a general alarm for the missing Princess." Richard Harsh, novelist, widely known throughout Great Britain, is dead. iponsible for Ihe atrocities that have jeen committed. 1 would not hesitale lo wound or kill Ihose who have sought to kill me or mine. 1 'would glory in the death of every one who would seek to make me or mine swal- low a "kulture" that I__desired not, especially when I 'had not asked him to swallow mine. This is, I am sure, the feeling of every Briton worthy of the name, and our feelings should be bo able to say with allyour heart and all your soul; "Sleep dwell upon thine eyes. Peace in thy ibreast. Would I were asleep in peace so sweet to To fight is not all glory but it, In just cause, has a thousand compensa- tions that are more than worthy of TO BANISH WRINKLES AND FRESHEN UP QJJCKLY Write for large FREE SAMPLE MANAGEMENT "-54 J of vaTu'ablV inform.tion. POST FREE. Tbe ALLEN HANBURYS Co., Limited, TORONTO, ONT. A.D. 1715-fistablished 200 I9b Are vou as a Canadian and a Briton doing your part? a matter for deep consideration. It is not a noble part to expect somebody else to (lo vour lighting for you. It Is not a noble part, to bask your feet in the sunshine of Sunny Alberta, while, your fellow is suffering untold hardships in t'.ie trenches and under the fire of big suns on the batlle Hold. Britain, and that includes Canada, cpecls that every man this day -will do his duty, and for what reason? That, you may be a man. That you may bo allowed to love your wife and children and nurture and rear t'liein In your own way and under the con- ditions that your forefathers and mine died to maintain. God loe with you. Do your duty and may you be able to say if need be; "It is a far, far better thing that I do than I have ever done. It is a far. far better rest that I go lo, than I 'have ever known." If it shall fortune to look down upon the dead face of your a strenuous day outdoors, when winds, heat and exhaustion liavn combined to take away one s fresh, ness and caused the skin to wrlnklu and after a tedious or fretful da- indoors-one often has urgent need for some quick reitivenator. Mavbe there's a dance on for tlm evening or some other social event. How in tlie world -can one make her. 'self presentable, looking as she.doesl It's quite easy. Just get an ounce of powdered saxo- lite and a half pint .witch hazel at the nearest drug store, mix the two and batho ilie face In the solution for Wo or three minutes. Then look into your mirror and ibehold the wonderful transformation: Wrinkles have van- ished. loose, tired muscles have been, rested and "firmed marks of fa- tigue have flown, and yon look so much brighter End younger you can hardly believe your eyes. No one need 'hesitate to try